Keywords: improvisation; psychedelic; free jazz; glitch; noise
01 - Tremblaya part I - 2:57
02 - Tremblaya part II - 5:36
03 - Tremblaya part III - 8:51
Tembryo is the three-membered band from Prague. The band is playing improvised music in which is putting together traditional and untraditional approaches to classical instruments as well as to other objects which are able to generate sound.
Tembryo has decided after the debut album to present the new EP with more raw and authentic material recorded live in concert.
The leader of the band – Jan Faix (he also performs as Count Portmon) – uses the noise structures from tape players without the tapes. This part of Tembryo's music is connected together with distorted sound of Filip Černý's guitar and freejazz inspirations of saxophonist Jan Kyncl.
EP Tremblaya documents jettisoning principles of non-idiomatic improvisation and the actually growing psychedelic direction in Tembryo's music.
Jan Faix: no-input cassette players
Filip Černý: guitar
Jan Kyncl: tenor saxophone